Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, September 22, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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TO TftADE:—A OrwMr and two
ittm wwlrtmdi for h good Coal
W. J. HOLTZCLAW, Wash-
burn, 7km. j.p
'• '*•'tutonu an potted.
Mitt tamUat, trapping or hatalng
l not permitted and all trespassers
be proeecuted. CLINTON
Asst. Mgr. 13-tf-c
We Do Our Part
With Quality it Service
Bring Year SCHOOL SHOES
bite us to be assured of the BEST
fill Taylor St., Amarillo.
West Texas State
24th ANNUAL SESSION
OPENS SEPTEMBER 19th
116.50 covers ALL tuition and
fees for split semester of nine
Standard courses leading to
many professions; special train-
ing for prospective teachers.
Obtain further particulars and
Catalogue. Write J. A. Hill, Pres.
II; Un. H. H. Sight, 1MI-SS;
*. C. B. Hunter, IM3.fl. Mrs
J. K. Weeks, present president
outlined some plans (or her ad-
ministration. and turned the meet-
ing over to the Social Committee,
who passed dainty plates of cake
and ice cream. The coke before
serving was decorated with 10 can.
dies in honor of the club's tenth
anniversary, and was carved by
Mrs. Doshier. Other members of
the committee serving were: Mrs.
G. D. Caldwell, Mrs. Jlmmie Yea-
man, Mrs. Dunn. Oroup pictures
were made of those present.
The guest book included mem-
bers: Mesdames. J. J. Ooodger, C
D. Caldwell. R. A. Campbell, R
L. Combs. Fred Chastain. W. T
Christian, J. L. Doak. P. B. Do-
shier, C. H. Dunn, H. L. Gun
ter. J. M. Hill, J. D. Hudson, J.
K. Hunt. C. B. Hunter. B W
Kerrick. L. P. Moore. John Mc-
Clure. L. V. Nelson, T. J. Page,
H. D. Robison, L. P. White, B. C
Wooldridge and J. C. Yeaman
Guests; Mrs. Roscoe Bates, Dal-
las; Mrs. Cavins, Mrs. Leo Pat-
terson and Mrs. Hugh Doak.
I The next meeting was Thursday.
September 21, 2:30 P. M. with
Mrs. R. A. Campbell us hostess
DR. C. C. MASON,
Medical Arts Building
Local and Personal
DR. W. M. CURL
•1? FISK MEDICAL ART AND
AMARU. LO, — TEXAS
Have to Get Up
at Night 1
Baal Prouptl? with Bladder
Are you bothered with blad«
der Irregularities; burning,
scanty or too frequent passage
and getting up at night? Heed
promptly these symptoms
They may warn of some dis-
ordered kidney or bladder con-
dition. Users everywhere rely
Doan'i Pills. Recommended
SO years. Sold everywhere.
Rid Your System of Malaria!
Shivering with chills one moment and
burning with (ever the next—that's une
of the effect* of Malaria. Unless checked,
the disease will do serious harm to your
health. Malaria, a blood infection, calls
for two things. First, destroying the in-
fection in the blood. Second, building
up the blood to overcome the effects of
the disease and to fortify against further
Grove'* Tasteless Chill Toni. supplies
both these effeitv it contains tasteless
quinine, which kills the infection in the
blood, and iron, which enriches and
builds up the blood. Chill-, and fever
Soon stop and you are restored tn health
and comfort. For half a century, drove':
Tasteless Chill Tonic has been sure relief
for Malaria. It is just a- useful, too, as a
general tonic for old and younu flea-ant
to take and absolutely harmless. Sale to
give children, del 4 bottle a! any store
Ray Dixon was In Amarillo on
business last week.
LOST 111 the Cyclone, 0 pillows
Return to O. P. Smalley. Claude.
Miss Dorothy and Lois DeHart
of Clarendon, were Sunday guest-
I of Miss Imogene Mobley.
A new coat of paint Is being
added to the Denver Depot ul
Mr",. C. E. Hair is at home from
Austin, where she went to place
her son, Chas. E. Jr In school
for the winter
Mrs. John Hyler ami (laughter,
Ruth, Mrs. J. M. Crist and little
daughter, Virginia Ruth, were
Amarillo shoppers Inst week.
| 'Cronin and Griffith Plan World Serio Strategy
and has rst one program to offer,
having scored to date 17M. There
being only 200 points of difference.!
It looks like Groupe No. 2 has
I a fine chance to win and yet
who can tell?
In this friendly contest points
are made on Program Rendered;
Number of parts prepared; Num-
ber on program; New Members:
Visitors; Staying for church; and
other items. The pastor, who of-
fered this plan of work to the
young people, was never more
delighted with results. A slmiliar
plan will be used thru the month
of October. It Is not our purpose
to solicit young people from their
own church activities but a hearty
welcome Is extended to any and
all who may wish to attend. There
were approximately 50 young peo-
ple in the meeting Sunday even-
Give me liberty or give me more
paid subscribers.—CLAUDE NEWS.
The youthful manager, Joe I'ronin, shortstop Hint foty Clark tlritlith,
owner of the Washington Senators in the American League, are already
mapping World Series strategy, having Just about einched the pennant
in their league. Mid September indications were that the New York Giant*
Wulllij be the National league team that the Senators «oultl face in the
fail diamond claasie.
ing a fractured leg and several
other bruises about the leg and
body. After the fracture was set
he was removed to his home where
ho Is recovering rapidly, so we have
C. A. Marriett and family visited
with relatives at Wellington Sun-
day. Mr. Merritt and wife are now
driving a new Dodge Car.
Mrs. Jewell Bagwell and Mrs.
H. L. Mobley motored to Leila
Lake. Wednesday for vegetables
Bert Cavins Wooldridge Is at
Austin where he entered the State
University for the commnlg school
year. Bert is climbing to the
top along educational lines, being
a very bright boy.
Mr. Luke Bagwell took his two
daughters Misses Edith and
Maurine. also son Wayne to Aus-
tin last week where he entered
them in the State University. His
daughter Estell went along with
them returning home with her
Mrs. H. L. Mobley and children
spent Friday night and Saturday
with friends hi Amarillo. visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Taylor, and
Mrs. Annie McCubblns who lives
with her daughter, Mrs. Bob Hor-
■hler and family.
County Agent. Jack D. Hudson,
has been quite a busy man the
past few weeks. He has been meet-
ing with farmers at the various
.school houses in Armstrong county
and assisting them in every way
he could to get their cotton checks
in as soon as possible.
Guest of Club
(Too Late for Last Week.)
Thursday afternoon. September
7th, marked the opening of the
Development Club of Claude, In
the home of Mrs. J. E. Weeks,
with Mrs. Roscoe Bates of Dal-
las as guest artist. After signing
their names and dates of joining
the club in the guest book, per-
slded over by Mrs. Forrest Dosh-
ier, members and guests were seat-
ed in the beautifully decorated
living rooms, thrown ensuite. "The
Eyes of Texas", was sung as an
opening number, with Mrs. R.
L. Combs at the piano. Chairman
for the program. Mrs. Jack Hud-
son, then introduced Mrs. Bates,
who reviewed for the club Helen
Hull's "Hardy Perennial". The story
was prefaced by an Introduction
called Size 10. u witty sketch
of the modern woman in the 40s
and how she spends her days.
Following this dellghtiul num-
ber Mrs. J. J Ooodger was in-
troduced as tlw club's first presi-
dent serving in 1923-25; she gave
some history of the clubs growth
and named tlie succeeding presi-
dent who in turn mentioned the
outstanding events of their admin-
istration. Going in order they were
Mrs. J. L. Doak, 1925-26; Mrs. T.
J. Page. 1926-38; Mrs. J. K Hunt.
1928-90; Mrs. B C Wooldridge,
The Claude Home Demonstra-
tion Club will meet Thursday of
next week with Mrs. Ely Hundly.
Mrs. Minnie Jeffreys will be joint
hostess with Mrs. Hundley. The
program will be carried out as
planned for the August meeting
with Mrs. McMurry, as the storm
prevented having that program.
• Jake" Holtnan has moved his
wholesale Magnolia Oil Station
from the Watson building on Trice
Street back to the place he for-
merly occupied North of the Den-
ver Station. The building which
was demolished by the Cyclone has
been replaced and put up In good
condition, in fact It is as good as
a new building. "Jake" Is once
Mr. and Mrs. Ivor McClendon,
who ran the McClendon Drug
Store at Claude for several months,
have packed up their goods and
moved them to other parts. At
present Mr. and Mrs. McClendon
are living at 1510 West 20th St..
Amarillo. Texas, where they invite
their Claude friends to cull and
would there be—could there be
—than the Word of Ood, the
The terms of salvation? They [
are there, and always have been'
there without change, since the'
establishment of the church. The|
Mr. P. I. Stanley iNot the St.'.n- creed? The Name? The Ordinance?
ley who explored Africa! but the They are all there, unchanged and
Claude, Armstrong county, Texas, unchanging.
Stanley, culled Tuesday morning Abain we say, wouldn't it. be a
to renew his subscription to The wonderful thing if men were as
Claude News, for which we wish sensahle about the Kingdom of!
to thank him most cordially Mr. j God o.-. they a: ? about material
Stanley had si< years Seniority i things.
on the Denver Road, but Quit to | The church ha: accomplished
take up other woik Regiet to Lceibut a '.mall pait of the work that j
him quit the wurks but hope unlit might accomplish u has failed
him a better paying job with shor-'"i pari because ii ha.-: never re
ceived the wholehearted support
and co-operation of those who
profess to love her.
Too many churches are forced
to struggle for existanee. Ti>o many
pastors are forced to preach to
ter hours, and everything else he
may ask for.
ANOTHER ONE-Of thosi large
Webster's International 'Diction-
aries which always sells for $10.50
to go at CNF.-FORTH OFF forj f'mPty Pews. Too many people who
Cash. This New Webster's Dic-'believe in .tho church and its pro-
tionary has never been taken from 1 ^ram confine their interest to mere
the original wrapper in which it (belli ving. they have never united
came. Just the thing for schools, their forces and resources to make
Business men editors and those eh inch and its program sue-
who would have an Infallible guide! '-cssful. They have lost sight of
as to the spelling of all English fa"' "lal ,'1'1 mission of
words and their definition. It is i ehurcli to fight sin and to
a library within itself. First come Present Jesus f hrist as the World's
first Served—CLAUDE NEWS tf only Savil<'-
Wins Tennis Title
Friday and Saturday Spedab
Applet, a few left, per bushel 69c
Lettuce, Per head 5c
Or&ftges, Nice size, per dozen 13c
Apricots, No. 2\ size can, Heavy
Syrup, can 15c
Peas, English 3, No. 2 cans 25c
Kraut, 2\ size can, each 10c
Pears, per gallon 39c
Coffee, White Swan, per lb. 29c
Flour, Light's Best, 48 pound $1.75
Pineapple, No. 1 can, 2 for 15c
Cheese, Full cream, per lb. 15c
Roast Beef, per pound 7|c
/ "Quality Foods"
Fredrick J. Perrv, of England,
t nil cm tin* I . S. National Tenuis cup
a<toms the sea, tin' lir*t time in thirtv
Near* that an Knglislunaii has wou
our singles iLumpiuuship.
man is as good as his credit.
Astrological Reading free to I hose
God knew that Il<- was assigning
a great task to man-kind whin
Ho sent forth His Son to declare
the term; of reconciliation, and
He also knew that men could ac-
who w.J pay in advance subscrip- ,, . . ., , ' ~
Hons to The Claude News. . V ^ f ,f ,hPV wo,,ld
NOTE: Let anyone who has an ' n~ <- He
important question hand such 1,1 01 COf'OK would
question to the Editor of this pa-
per, giving nam" and address al-
so when and where born, and en-
closing a 3c stamp It will be
forwarded to the office of the
A usui W. Press Syndicate, and
through that Syndicate the an-
swers to your questions will be
cent to this paper to be published.
be needed, so He inspired men of
old, to set forth the rules and regu-
lation ior promoting the work,
but men have been slow in ac- j
cepting them and abiding by His
METHODIST A N VOl'NCK.YIKNTS
Remember. we will not publish'
your full names unless you wish
It coin, but will use initials only.
Sept If- T. P.
R. C. i Tex i Rogers, returned to
his home at Santa Fe. New Mexico,
after spending a week with Claude
friends and relatives. He visited
Mrs. Howard Watson, his wife's
daughter, who married here while
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers lived at
Claude. He called at the News
office to say "Goodbye" before
leaving, and said: "X hope I live
long enough to see you again."
Luck to Tex.
THE HOME — TOWN WEEKLY
JUDGE JOLE E. SMITH
Did you ever stop to think of
the importance of the home-town
weekly, not only to the town of
its publication, but to all of the
inhabitants adjacent thereto?
It often seems, to the man who
never goes outside of his ter-
ritory. to have but little value, but
when he makes a trip to a dis-
tant part of the country, then he
instantly becomes conscious ;>f the
fact that that home-town weekly
is worth more than a dozen per-
Again, that home-town weekly is
the mouthpiece through which
every advantage of that particular
territory is told to the outside
public. To that town and surround-
ing territory it becomes, therefore,
what some business institutions
Even though people may sub-
call a "house organ".
scribe for one or more big city
daily paper, and possibly several
monthly magazines, at the same
time there is positively no sub-
stitute for the home-town weekly,
therefore your editor or publishei
is rendering to each inhabitant
not only an important service, but
a service that cannot be dispensed
Hence, it Is every man's duty
to help boost the home-town
weekly. In a real sense the edi-
tor of the home-town paper is
everj man's salesman.
"Ont WEEKLY (ill'IU II CIIAT"
All our services were well at-
tended last Sunday and we are;
expecting next Sunday, our Pro-
motion Day to be even better.
Sunday School attendance climed
to the 192 mark as compared with
178 the Sunday before. 50 young
people were in their evening meet-
ing. We extend at all times a
hearty welcome to any who may
wish to do so to visit with us or
attend our services. The following j
were received into the church last |
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P D Mc-
Murry. coming to us from the
Presbyterian Church, with letter:
Mrs. Arch Watson, whose mem-
bership has been at. the Falrview
church; and Miss Doris Llckey
whose membership has been in
Polk Street Methodist Church We
extend to all of these a welcome,
SUNDAY SCHOOL PROMOTION
Next Sunday is the day for the
promotion of Sunday School pu-
pils at the Methodist Church. An
interesting and attractive program
will be given in the main audi-
torium. beginning at 9:45 A M fol-
lowed by the presentation of pro-
motion certificates. This will be an
unusual service and all our people
are earnestly invited to be present.
The first Sunday In October has i |
been declared. "Loyalty Day", for
the local Methodist Church. On
this day it is sincerely hoped that
every member of this local church,
as well as the many friends, will
be present. This statement is made)
this week in order that our peo-11
pie may have ample time to so
arrange their plans as to be with
us on that day. Further an-
nouncements will he made next
I Sunday, H W. Wilklns Metho-
Miss Vila Milli, of New York,
displays the first oyster of the new
•eauon which made its sacrifice on
September 1 . . . ami marked the
return to work of 40,000 men iu
A LITTLE ADVICE FOR HOME
Now and then you will find a
fellow who thinks it is smart to
get drunk. A lot of young fellows
—and some girls, possibly- will be
wanting to try out this 3.2.
Our advice to the young folks is
to let all intoxicants alone, whether
it be 3.2 or 32
No one ever made a friend by
No man ever raised himself one
iota in the esteem of his fellow
men by getting drunk.
No man ever made a dollar in
business by getting drunk.
In fact, a drunk man is a
nuisance. Nobody wants to fool
Nobody wants to buy groceries or
drygoods or furniture or automo-
biles from a drunk man
Nobody wants to sell even to a
drunk man. '
Nobody wants a drunken doctor
to prescribe for him when he is
Nobody wants a drunken lawyer ]
to plead his case in court.
Nobody would want a drunken I
banker to handle his money
Nobody would have a drunken |
teacher to teach his children.
Nobody wants to ride a train
with a drunken engineer in the
Nobody wants to ride in a car
with a drunken driver at the'
wheel. Nobody even wants to meet
a drunken driver on the highways. |
There is no place in this pro-
gressive age of ours for drunk'
Remember some of these facts,
boys, when you are tempted to be-
lieve that it is smart to drink 3 :!.
home brew, or some other alcoholic
Everywhere and always it Is true
that "Wine is a mocker: strong
1rink is raging; and he is not wise
.hat is decieved thereby."
So our advice is: Look not upon
the wine when it is red. or upon
the beer when it is foaming in the
mug "for at last it biteth like a
serpant and stingeth like an adder.
Now. if any of you editors who
have been pleading for the repeal
of the eighteenth amendment and
the licensing of 3.2 beer on the
pretense that you favor and wish
to promote real temperance—if
any of you can write a better tem-
perance editorial than this, get
busy. We'll join you In a tem-
perance crusade any time, any
\ START THE *
! DAY RIGHT!
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f beginning of the \
$ day? Don't spoil £
£ another breakfast £
J with too old toast £
i make it fresh J
£ right at the table. £
£ An Automatic E- ^
/ lectric Toaster J
£ makes toast the £
£ way ycu want it $
/ when you want it $
£ -without disturb- £
J ing conversation t
t or the morning pa- /
£ per. Just put in t
$ the bread, adjust $
£ the lever - the J*
> toast pops up
^ when it s ready.
/ Your Toaster is at
* your dealer's - go £
£ see it
' Southwestern <
$ Company J
< Mr. Curtis, who resides on the
W. D. Budgley farm, wos brought
to town last week and Drs. Car-
roll and Carroll set his leg which
was broken. While looking after a1
' horse or mule he was knocked,
down and trampled upon, sustaln-
By W. E. Ferrill. Clarendon
"The Code for Churches"
In these days of codes whenill>sl Minister.
competitors in worldly affairs are I
sitting down together and agree-! METHODIST YOUNG PEOPLE IN
ing how they shall co-operate to! CLOSE CONTEST
bring business recovery, have yon The friendly contest Into which
thought how wonderful it would: the two groups of Methodist Young
be if the churches would like-'people and their friends entered
wise unite to promote the Kingdom at the beginning of the month of
of Ood? What a day that would September, lias grown In Interest
bel | from the very beginning. Group
There would, of course, be the No. 1 has now presented two very
necessity of adopting a code—a fine programs, having scored to
basis on which all could co- date 1990 |iolnts Groupe No. 2
operate. And what other basis has presented one fine program
FALL OPENING SALE
Started Wednesday Morning, Sept. 20th.
The savings offered during this sale will be welcome
news at this time of the year in every household. Our
regular prices represent the maximum of value, and
the marked reduction from these figures means a
most welcome and unusual chance to save. Prices must
advance after peresent stock is sold. You can save
many dollars on your Fall Purchases now. This op-
pcrtunity will not be open long, so don't delay.
Greer's Department Store
NINTH AND POLK
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